I have a question regarding the manometer installation. I have a keystoker A-300 in my home, and I'm in the process of putting it together. On the a-300, there is a hole in the fire door for a manometer probe. I have bought a dwyer manometer, thinking that I was going to put that into the stack pipe, but after talking to the keystoker factory, they said that this is not necessary.
I would like to use it, as I already bought it, and it is nicely placed on the side of my furnace.
1. Can I use this to probe into my fire door? I was thinking of putting a metal end on the rubber line (like brake line or something similar) and using it in that capacity.
2. Can it hurt to hook it up to the stack pipe and read off of there as well? I figured it might be good to know what's going on up the chimney, right?
Just need some clarification, that's all.